Two men, one from Metro Vancouver and another from Alberta, face several charges following a weekend drug raid in Whitehorse.
Charges against them include trafficking, possession of cocaine for the purpose of trafficking, possession of the proceeds of crime over $5,000, and money laundering.
Mounties say more than $130,000 in cash was seized during the bust, along with cellphones, scales and nearly two-thirds of a kilogram of what they believe is packaged cocaine.
A pickup truck that investigators allege was used during the suspected trafficking was also seized.
The two men have appeared in Territorial Court in Whitehorse and have been released on bail under the condition they leave Yukon and only return for court dates, including the next one, set for July 12.
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